I backed these and put a binding on them. At the top, I added a tube and a loop for hanging at the top. In the tube, I inserted a dowel for a fun look and to help keep the panel open. Fabric things like this have a tendency to flop closed when you don't support them well.
Is my little guy adorable or what? I hung this up on the wall to snap a quick photo of it and he runs over to point to the bear and say "RAWR!" We're still at the stage where he says the sound the animal makes instead of what the name of the animal is. It's cute. We have arfs (dogs) , rawrs (bears, lions, tigers, etc.), vrer (elephants), qua (ducks), and a few others I can't think of right now. It's such a fun age.
But, back to our regular scheduled programming... These were a panel that I turned into a growth chart, so...
Pattern: No pattern used.Fabric: Panel from Mystic Forest by Fabri-QuiltAnd I side note if you plan on making something similar to this growth chart... I got an adorable panel like these with sheep standing on top of each other for my little guy. I quilted the heck out of it and put it on the back of his door. My husband then decided to measure it. Crap! It shrunk about 2 inches. So, a word to the wise... Quilting shrinks things. Quilting shrinks things A LOT. If you plan to quilt something to make it a growth chart, perhaps it would be wise to add the measurements after quilting.